Selections from a New Money Show Advisor

07/28/2006 12:00 am EST

Focus:

Jordan Kimmel

Managing Member, Magnet Investment Group, LLC

Using his quantitative proprietary stock selection strategy, new Money Show speaker Jordan Kimmel focuses on fundamental factors that encompass momentum, growth and value indicators. Here are stocks he recommended at The Money Show Washington, DC, last week…

 

"Inetevac (IVAC NASDAQ) is currently our top ranked company in the tech sector as well as in the overall market place, due to its phenomenal sales and earnings growth, accelerating sales and margins, a price/earnings ratio (P/E) of just 17 and a price/sales (P/S) of 2.5. IVAC is also cash flow positive with minimal debt.

 

"Datalink (DTLK NASDAQ) has ranked out as one of our top rated tech stocks since the beginning of 2006. This is due to growing sales and earnings, accelerating margins, a P/E of 21, and a P/S of 0.6. DTLK also is cash flow positive with minimal debt. The stock has recently broken out of its $6 base on its third consecutive triple-digit earnings increase. With a market cap of less than $100 million and trading over 100,000 shares a day, this is a great growth/value opportunity.

 

"Infosonics (IFO AMEX) has huge sales and earnings growth numbers, accelerating sales, a P/E of 25 and a P/S of 0.5. IFO is also cash flow positive with minimal debt, and we think positively of the fact that the company has a fairly low institutional ownership along with some great momentum.  

 

"Interactive Intelligence (ININ NASDAQ) , aside from being technically sound and poised to continue this upward trend the stock is currently in, has a high magnet ranking due to the following key Magnet Criteria: Growing sales and earnings, accelerating sales and margins, a 3.7 P/S, positive cash flow, and minimal debt. ININ also has fairly low institutional ownership with some great momentum, as in the case of IFO above.

 

"Arris Group (ARRS NASDAQ) , like the previous four ideas, has great growth numbers for both sales and earnings alike. Margins and sales are also both accelerating, P/E is a 17, and P/S is a 1.73, creating a great growth/value play. ARRS is also cash flow positive with minimal debt.” 

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